16:30 Bangor

Tuesday 5 June 2018

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    Racing UK Club Day Handicap Hurdle

  • 4YO plus  |   Class 4  |   2m 7f 32y  |   Good  |   12 Runners  |   Turf
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 16:30  |   Winning time: 5m 44.7s
1st
Horse silk
1
6/1
T: Jonjo O'NeillJ: R P McLernon
Always prominent, led before 8th, driven and headed narrowly approaching 2 out, soon ridden, not fluent last, kept on and every chance flat, regained lead post op 5/1
2nd
Horse silk
nse
9
3/1f
T: T LaceyJ: R T Dunne
In touch, headway to challenge after 3 out, led narrowly approaching next, soon ridden, kept on under pressure flat, headed post op 4/1
3rd
Horse silk
5
7
7/2
T: N G RichardsJ: B S Hughes
Mid-division, tracked leaders 4th, effort to challenge when not much room after 3 out, ridden and one pace approaching next, no impression with front pair after op 3/1
4th
Horse silk
4
5
33/1
T: Evan WilliamsJ: Adam Wedge
Towards rear, mistake 8th, headway 3 out, soon driven to chase leaders, ridden after next, kept on, not pace to trouble leaders
5th
Horse silk
nk
10
17/2
T: J G M O'SheaJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Mid-division, chased leaders after 3 out, ridden before next, kept on same pace, never on terms op 10/1
6th
Horse silk
6
8
9/2
T: J W MullinsJ: J McGrath
Mid-division, tracked leaders 4th, outpaced after 3 out, ridden and weakened between last 2 op 11/2
7th
Horse silk
3 ¾
3
6/1
T: J ScottJ: Matt Griffiths
Always behind op 7/1 tchd 11/2
8th
Horse silk
2
11
40/1
T: O Greenall & J GuerrieroJ: W T Kennedy
Held up, always behind op 33/1
9th
Horse silk
18
2
20/1
T: Tim VaughanJ: Ned Curtis (5)
In touch on outside, ridden after 3 out, soon outpaced, ridden and weakened between last 2, tailed off
10th
Horse silk
57
12
100/1
T: Miss C DysonJ: Mr Jason Dixon (7)
Held up towards rear, outpaced before 4 out, soon weakened, tailed off
11th
Horse silk
2 ½
6
40/1
T: J FarrellyJ: Brendan Powell
Tracked leaders, lost place before 4 out, soon behind, tailed off op 33/1

Also Ran

PU
Horse silk
4
66/1
T: C EllamJ: Sean Quinlan
Led to before 8th, soon lost place and behind, tailed off when pulled up before last op 50/1

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Non-Runners

13
Horse silk
Ring Eye28
Weight: 10-0|  Age: 10
T: S-J Davies  J: Jamie Bargary
NR

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£5.50Pl:£1.70, £1.30, £3.00EX:£31.10Trifecta:£110.50Tricast:£74.48SF:£24.01Swingers:£4.40, £4.00, £4.00

Forecasts

David John (3/1), Hello Fellas (7/2), Court Affairs (9/2), Frozen Flame (6/1), Zulu Oscar (6/1), Jimmy Bell (17/2), Champagne Chaser (20/1), North West Wind (33/1), American Life (40/1), Courtlands Prince (40/1), Ring Eye (50/1), Paddocks Lounge (66/1), Black Banjo (100/1)

Verdict

HELLO FELLAS showed improved form after a wind operation when taking second spot at Perth last time out. The lightly-raced six-year-old should be suited by this longer trip and can open his account at the main expense of Court Affairs, who also shaped as if a further stamina test would last month at Newton Abbot. David John has an excellent record fresh and needs a close look as such while Frozen Flame is going the right way for Jonjo O'Neill.
  1. Hello Fellas
  2. Court Affairs
  3. David John

Previous Winners

2017
Be My Sea
Weight: 11-12  |Age: 6
13/8

Prize Money

1st: £4,094.002nd: £1,202.003rd: £601.004th: £350.005th: £350.006th: £350.007th: £350.008th: £350.00

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